John Kadlecik Live at Bossa Lounge on 2010-04-11
- John Kadlecik
Be gentle, people... I'm not a pro taper by any means. If anyone wants to make fixes (maximize, EQ, whatever), please feel free. And also to upload it properly to the Live Music Archive.
01. Thus Spoke Zarathustra
02. Second That Emotion
03. Givin' Me the Business
04. What's Become of Mary
05. Suzy Greenberg
06. Nobody Told Me
07. That's What Love Will Make You Do
08. Russian Lullaby
09. After Midnight
10. Walking in Your Footsteps
11. Women R Smarter
12. How Sweet It Is
13. Sisters and Brothers
100411. 100411_01 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
100411. 100411_02 Second That Emotion
100411. 100411_04 Givin' Me the Business
100411. 100411_05 What's Become of Mary
100411. 100411_06 Suzy Greenberg
100411. 100411_07 Nobody Told Me
100411. 100411_08 That's What Love Will Make You Do
100411. 100411_09 Russian Lullaby
100411. 100411_10 After Midnight
100411. 100411_11 Walking in Your Footsteps
100411. 100411_12 Women R Smarter
100411. 100411_13 How Sweet It Is
100411. 100411_14 Sisters and Brothers
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|Women R Smarter|
|Sisters and Brothers|
|Givin' Me the Business|
|Nobody Told Me|
|Second That Emotion|
|What's Become of Mary|
|How Sweet It Is|
|Thus Spoke Zarathustra|
|That's What Love Will Make You Do|
|Walking in Your Footsteps|
- 2010-04-12 19:50:33
- Washington, DC
- Taped by
- Chuck Caspari
- Bossa Lounge
Subject: Almost Jerry!
Subject: many thanks
Love the piano.
As a early'70s taper, we lived with reverb, overtones and talkers, so this show, while not a Betty Cantor Sound Board, is a pure delight all the same.
Thanks for the upload,
Subject: Thanks for catching that...
And, THANK YOU for the use of your table. :)
Subject: GRATE Show!!!
Subject: Great show in too small a venue
The keyboard player was a monster! His nimble fingers really tickled the ivories with a confident expertise.
The bass player didn't do much for me at first but then during the jams he proved quite adept at going outside the songs and by the end of the show I loved him too.
I heard the drummer is a jazz guy who'd never really knew much about the Grateful Dead before joining the band but he caught on quick and added to the songs quite nicely.
John's wife Katie did a great job on percussion. She has a lot of neat toys to play with. Her band, Djesbin was also fun to watch and hear...eclectic and jazzy with non-traditional instruments.
Overall, great show and great band John K has put together and I look forward to seeing them again many more times and soon...in fact, already have tickets for their next show in Baltimore!
To the taper (who we let use our table to put his recording stand on), there is numbering gap in the file listing. Is there a track 3 missing?
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